TD Student Chequing Account & TD Every Day Savings Account

Student banking benefits and personal savings.

The benefits of a combined application.

Want a clearer picture of your finances? That’s doable when you have both your chequing and savings accounts with TD. You could have a better view of your day to day spending and savings.

Get both accounts with one single application today.

This combination includes

TD Student Chequing Account

An account designed for student life, with no monthly fee.

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  • $0 monthly fee
  • Unlimited transactions1 included per month
  • Free Interac e-Transfer® transactions
  • EasyWeb® View Cheque service, and online statements included
  • One transaction included per month
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TD Every Day Savings Account

Ideal if you’re starting to save or want frequent access to your funds.

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  • $0 monthly fee
  • Every dollar earns interest calculated daily
  • Free transfers to your other TD Canada Trust deposit accounts3
  • Automated savings — transfer funds into your savings account automatically
  • One transaction included per month1

What are the benefits of combining two account applications into one?

It’s easier to open both accounts with one application instead of two.

Plus, it includes TD’s convenient secure benefits for your day-to-day banking needs.

There’s a range of combined application options you can consider before choosing the one that’s right for you.

Benefits of banking with TD

  • You decide how much and how often you want to save when you use this service.

  • Automatically help your savings grow every time you use your TD Access Card.

  • The TD App lets you bank and trade securely whenever it’s comfortable for you.

  • Paired with the TD App, TD MySpend helps improve your spending habits.

  • Deposit cheques when you receive them, so you can spend more time enjoying your day4.

  • Access to your pay cheque or pension with no holds on your money.

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Deposit Insurance

Your deposits may be insurable by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation.